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Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Football Friday: The Oakland Raiders and developing a young quarterback

Shaka and Pete discuss the debacle that is the Oakland Raiders. They also talk about the difficulty of developing a young quarterback as well as the crop of the young guys coming out of the draft. This week ends on a cliff hanger, but the Pete and Shaka have plenty more commentary to bring listeners […]

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Extreme Sports Blog: Big Air in the Big Apple

Extreme Sports Blog: Big Air in the Big Apple

Board Talk with Hayley Hill: Recapping The Dew Tour in New York

The Dew Tour traveled cross-country from Portland to Brooklyn, New York a few weeks ago and was definitely packed with fans and crazy ledges, rails and stair sets. The street style course was a crowd favorite as New Yorkers watched their favorite pros fly down a course, hitting car jumps, hubbas and a ten-stair set […]

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Dodgers’ ace Kershaw should win NL MVP

Dodgers’ ace Kershaw should win NL MVP

With the MLB season , the NL MVP race took an unexpected turn. For a couple weeks, there were two candidates for the MVP. One player was Marlins’ outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. The other was Los Angeles Dodgers’ starting ace Clayton Kershaw. As Kershaw and the Dodgers gear up for post season play, last season’s NL […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors open Big West Conference play against UCSB

Women’s Soccer: Matadors open Big West Conference play against UCSB

Bloodied but unbowed, CSUN Women’s Soccer (3-7-1) enter Big West Conference play confident of a top four finish and a resulting ticket into the Big West Conference Tournament. “We expected to do a lot better than we did in preseason, but overall, as a group, we did pretty well. We grew much more than we […]

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Sundial captures social media reaction from NBA Media Day: Storify

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The new face of Matador water polo

The new face of Matador water polo

Matthies' Division 1 experience as a player adds new element to seasoned CSUN team

Coming off one of the most successful seasons CSUN has seen, women’s water polo is at pivotal point in program history with new leadership steering the way. Behind the helm is new head coach Martin Matthies. As the program’s third ever head coach, he hopes to capitalize off last season’s impressive 23-9 result, which earned […]

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Men’s Golf: CSUN tumbles to sixth place

Men’s Golf: CSUN tumbles to sixth place

    The Matadors finished sixth, and senior Steven Molumby tied for third in their two-day Nick Watney Invitational at Fresno State on Tuesday. CSUN’s best two rounds of the 2014 season came on Monday at Sunnyside Golf Course, tying for fourth with both the Cal Poly Mustangs and Santa Clara Broncos through 36 holes. […]

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Men’s Soccer: Bruins bash Matadors in 3-0 loss before first conference game

Men’s Soccer: Bruins bash Matadors in 3-0 loss before first conference game

    The Matadors (4-4-1) stumbled to a 3-0 loss against the No. 1 UCLA Bruins (5-2-2) Sunday evening at Drake Stadium in their last match before conference play begins. The Matadors gifted the Bruins the lead in the first-half from an own goal, and then conceded two late goals to record their fourth loss […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors fall 1-0 to LMU before conference play begins

Women’s Soccer: Matadors fall 1-0 to LMU before conference play begins

  CSUN women’s soccer (3-7-1) suffered a 1-0 away loss against Loyola Marymount University on Sunday in their last non-conference matchup before Big West play begins this week. Despite the result, sophomore goalkeeper Jovani McCaskill put up a stellar performance for the evening, earning a career-high seven saves out of the 14 shots-on-goal. It didn’t […]

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Women’s Volleyball: Matadors open Big West Conference play with consecutive wins

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors open Big West Conference play with consecutive wins

The Matadors opened Big West Conference play undefeated this weekend, with two victories including a five set bout with UC Irvine and a sweep of Cal State Fullerton.   Come from behind victory against University of California Irvine Anteaters   After being down two sets, the Matadors (11-3, 2-0) made a comeback and defeated UC […]

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Women’s Soccer: Matadors slump to 1-0 defeat against Santa Clara

Women’s Soccer: Matadors slump to 1-0 defeat against Santa Clara

Despite a strong overall performance, CSUN women’s soccer (3-6-1) took a 1-0 loss to Santa Clara (6-4-0) in Friday night’s contest at Matador Soccer Field, in one of their last non- conference tune up matches before beginning Big West Conference play. “It seems like the last five games we haven’t got the result, but if […]

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Sundial Sports Podcast: Football Friday Episode 1

Shaka Dixon, Pete Camarillo, and Andrew Martinez talk about what is trending in the NFL. They talk about the latest in the Roger Goodell and Ray Rice controversies. Also talk about the changing importance of positions in a passing league. The Sundial Sports staff also discusses some of the best match-ups and story-lines happening in […]